2015

(From Left to right)
In the back row:
Chen Yang, Yu Yao-te, Wang Yueyue, Huang Ruowei, Ouyang Yanhong , Wang Zaoying, Lin Zheshu, Zhao Liang, Li Wen, Lam Chun Fai, Wang Lijing, Wang Ziwei, Wang Rui

In the front row:
He Na, Jiang Liuyu, Yin Xinan, Weng Chen, Yu Jing, Li Xinyu, Chen Shiyu, Tan Zhuoqun, Yang Xuan, Hu Yuemeng

Yang Xuan (Roxy)

Graduated: Nanjing University

Degree: Spanish

"DITI has taught me team work and discipline. The thoroughbred industry is all about team work – the owner, the trainer, the jockey, the groom – everyone has to work together in order to succeed. DITI gave me a great opportunity to work as part of a team and has provided me with professional training that I can carry on to my future career.

DITI is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to experience a completely different world."

Yin Xinan (Nancy)

Graduated: Beijing Sport University

Degree: Sport Journalism

"DITI has given me the chance to explore the world and I have made lifetime friends during my time on the course. I have fallen in love with horse racing and will never forget the days I spent working with horses on the farm."

Yu Jing (Jing)

Graduated: University of Surrey

Degree: Business Translation with Interpreting (Masters)

"DITI has enabled me to look at the world in an entirely different way. I have been fortunate enough to meet many industry leaders and to get to know the thoroughbred breeding and racing world through Darley has been a privilege."

Yu Yao-te (Voss)

Graduated: China Medical University

Degree: Sports Medicine

"DITI has been one of the best experiences of my life. Working in Newmarket, the global centre of horseracing, was one of the best parts of my experience, all of which has been a true eye opener."

Zhao Liang (Leon)

Graduated: Liaocheng University

Degree: Veterinary Medicine

"DITI has changed my life, through online courses, practical experience and gaining an understanding of the horse racing industry both globally and in China. I would recommend this course to anyone interested in working in thoroughbred breeding and racing."

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